Dominic Schupke
Dominic Schupke
Airbus
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TitleCited byYear
Optimal configuration of p-cycles in WDM networks
DA Schupke, CG Gruber, A Autenrieth
2002 IEEE International Conference on Communications. Conference Proceedings …, 2002
2552002
Cost modeling and evaluation of capital expenditures in optical multilayer networks
R Huelsermann, M Gunkel, C Meusburger, DA Schupke
Journal of Optical Networking 7 (9), 814-833, 2008
1802008
Strategies for enhanced dual failure restorability with static or reconfigurable p-cycle networks
DA Schupke, WD Grover, M Clouqueur
2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications (IEEE Cat. No …, 2004
1032004
A matrix-based analytical approach to connection unavailability estimation in shared backup path protection
DAA Mello, DA Schupke, H Waldman
IEEE Communications Letters 9 (9), 844-846, 2005
832005
Multiple failure survivability in WDM networks with p-cycles
DA Schupke
Proceedings of the 2003 International Symposium on Circuits and Systems …, 2003
832003
The tradeoff between the number of deployed p-cycles and the survivability to dual fiber duct failures
DA Schupke
IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2003. ICC'03. 2, 1428-1432, 2003
762003
Capacity efficiency and restorability of path protection and rerouting in WDM networks subject to dual failures
DA Schupke, RG Prinz
Photonic Network Communications 8 (2), 191-207, 2004
692004
A cost model for the WDM layer
M Gunkel, R Leppla, M Wade, A Lord, D Schupke, G Lehmann, C Furst, ...
2006 International Conference on Photonics in Switching, 1-6, 2006
672006
Performance of path protection and rerouting for WDM networks subject to dual failures
DA Schupke, R Prinz
Optical Fiber Communication Conference, TuI6, 2003
632003
Survivability of multiple fiber duct failures
DA Schupke, A Autenrieth, T Fischer
Third International Workshop on the Design of Reliable Communication …, 2001
612001
Optimizing the migration of channels with higher bitrates
C Meusburger, DA Schupke, A Lord
Journal of lightwave technology 28 (4), 608-615, 2010
582010
Optical network design for a multiline-rate carrier-grade Ethernet under transmission-range constraints
M Batayneh, DA Schupke, M Hoffmann, A Kirstädter, B Mukherjee
Journal of Lightwave Technology 26 (1), 121-130, 2008
572008
Network planning under demand uncertainty with robust optimization
T Bauschert, C Büsing, F d'Andreagiovanni, AMCA Koster, M Kutschka, ...
IEEE Communications Magazine 52 (2), 178-185, 2014
552014
On routing and transmission-range determination of multi-bit-rate signals over mixed-line-rate WDM optical networks for carrier ethernet
M Batayneh, DA Schupke, M Hoffmann, A Kirstaedter, B Mukherjee
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 19 (5), 1304-1316, 2011
522011
Dynamic provisioning of shared-backup path protected connections with guaranteed availability requirements
DAA Mello, JU Pelegrini, RP Ribeiro, DA Schupke, H Waldman
2nd International Conference on Broadband Networks, 2005., 1320-1327, 2005
452005
Cost comparison of networks using traditional 10 and 40 Gb/s transponders versus OFDM transponders
A Bocoi, M Schuster, F Rambach, DA Schupke, CA Bunge, B Spinnler
OFC/NFOEC 2008-2008 Conference on Optical Fiber Communication/National Fiber …, 2008
432008
An ILP for optimal p-cycle selection without cycle enumeration
DA Schupke
Proc. of the Eighth Working Conference on Optical Network Design and Modelling, 2004
422004
Multiperiod planning for optical networks-approaches based on cost optimization and limited budget
C Meusburger, DA Schupke, J Eberspacher
2008 IEEE International Conference on Communications, 5390-5395, 2008
402008
Routing optimization in IP networks utilizing additive and concave link metrics
A Riedl, DA Schupke
IEEE/ACM transactions on networking 15 (5), 1136-1148, 2007
402007
Energy efficiency and CAPEX minimization for backbone network planning: Is there a tradeoff?
E Palkopoulou, DA Schupke, T Bauschert
2009 IEEE 3rd International Symposium on Advanced Networks and …, 2009
382009
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